Texans toast Greyhounds

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom New Mexico BLACKWATER DRAW — Going into Saturday’s Lone Star Conference South Division clash against 10th-ranked Tarleton State without starting quarterback Michael Benton made Eastern New Mexico University’s odds longer than they already were. Freshman Anthony Ramos performed capably for ENMU in his first collegiate start, but the Texans simply had […]

Lone Star Conference weekly football update

Freedom Newspapers Standings All Times MDT LONE STAR CONFERENCE South Division Div. All W-L W-L Midwestern State 1-0 5-0 West Texas A&M 1-0 5-0 Abilene Christian 1-0 4-1 Tarleton State 0-0 5-0 Eastern New Mexico 0-1 4-1 Angelo State 0-1 1-3 Texas A&M-Kingsville 0-1 1-4 North Division Div. All W-L W-L Central Oklahoma 1-0 2-3 […]

Greyhound track finishes last at LSC meet

Freedom Newspapers COMMERCE, Texas — Junior Felix Boit won the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the Greyhounds posted a 2-3-4-5 finish in javelin in the Lone Star Conference track meet, hosted over the weekend by Texas A&M-Commerce. ENMU finished last in both divisions of the six-school meet, with the men scoring 47 points and the women 16. […]

May 18, 1982

• Storm spotters reported a funnel cloud was seen three miles east of Portales during an electrical storm. • Freshman Sandra Gomez was the lone participant representing Eastern New Mexico University in the three day National Outdoor Track and Field Meet, held in Charleston, West Virginia. • Pringles Potato Chips twin packs were on sale […]

Day Trips: Ballet offers ‘Romantic Evening’

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Compiled by Mike Jimenez For couples in search of a romantic evening, why not drive to the Lone Star Ballet in Amarillo on Nov. 5 and see the San Diego Ballet perform its version of “A Romantic Evening.” The performance is a night of contemporary dance set to the sounds of Arthur Murray, Nat King […]

Hounds at an early crossroads

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By Dave Wagner: Freedom Newspapers The Eastern New Mexico University and East Central football teams may be facing an early crossroads tonight. With both teams standing 1-2, the winner of the 6 p.m. Lone Star Conference crossover matchup at Blackwater Draw will be positioned for respectability. The loser, meantime, faces an uphill battle the rest […]

Hounds are rarin’ to go

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By Dave Wagner If the Eastern New Mexico University football program is going to get over the hump in 2005 and reach the NCAA Division II playoffs for the first time, coach Mark Ribaudo figures the work starts now. Ribaudo anticipates 90-95 candidates for the start of spring practice on Tuesday. The Greyhounds have 15 […]

ENMU quarterback to return kicks

By Dave Wagner A starting quarterback returning punts and kickoffs isn’t exactly commonplace, but Eastern New Mexico University’s Steven Hinson welcomes the opportunity. After all, he was a capable return man during his first two seasons while serving as the backup QB to Heath Ridenour. “Whatever helps the team, I’m ready to do it,” said […]

Zia soccer team prepares for inaugural season

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By Kevin Wilson The Zia soccer team is looking to earn respect in the Lone Star Conference this year, one practice and one song at a time. Members of the inaugural Eastern New Mexico University women’s soccer team are preparing for a 15-game regular season, starting Aug. 30 against College of the Southwest at Alamosa, […]

Get a taste of Western history at Lake Meredith

Angela Peacock Lake Meredith National Recreation Area north of Amarillo isn’t just a place to fish, swim, hike and camp, officials said. With the Texas-style musical “Lone Star Rising,” visitors can experience a piece of Western history. “Lone Star Rising,” which is held at the Fritch Fortress amphitheater, runs Wednesday through Sunday nights beginning at […]